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Of an Earthworm, Frog and a Squid By: Kadon Johnson Virtual Dissection Lab
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Jens Martensson Jens Martensson Introduction 2 This presentation will focus on the circulatory system of three animals: an earthworm, frog, and a squid. There will be some similarities and differences between these species’.
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Jens Martensson Jens Martensson Earthworm Concerning the circulatory system of the earthworm, the body itself is made up of moist muscle walls . Those walls enable access for fluid to enter its body. The red haemoglobin regulate blood flow throughout the body. Similar to a leaf, there are small blood vessels that run from the haemoglobin vital to the sides of the body; further transferring nutrients. Compared to the frog and squid, the earthworm has five hearts (aka aortic arches). Earthworms are creatures that must stay damp in order to live and breathe. They’re [hearts] positioned over the esophagus, yet under the reproductive system. The hearts help pump the oxygenated air to the head and body 3
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